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2001-02 Basketball Western Conference Final Standings

Midwest Division

Per Game
WLPctGBForOpp
*San Antonio5824.707?96.790.5
?Dallas5725.6951105.2101.0
?Minnesota5032.610899.396.0
?Utah4438.5371496.095.1
Houston2854.3413092.397.2
Denver2755.3293192.298.0
Memphis2359.2803589.997.3
Head Coaches: SA?Gregg Popovich (6th season); Dal?Don Nelson (5th); Min?Phil Saunders (7th); Utah?Jerry Sloan (14th); Hou?Rudy Tomjanovich (11th); Den?Dan Issel (3rd, 9-17) resigned Dec. 26, 2001 and was replaced by assistant Mike Evans (18-38); Mem?Sidney Lowe (2nd).
2000-01 Standings: 1. San Antonio (58-24); 2. Utah (53-29); 3. Dallas (53-29); 4. Minnesota (47-35); 5. Houston (45-37); 6. Denver (40-42); 7. Vancouver (23-59).

Pacific Division

Per Game
WLPctGBForOpp
*Sacramento6121.744?104.697.0
?LA Lakers5824.7073101.394.1
?Portland4933.5981296.693.7
?Seattle4537.5491697.794.7
LA Clippers3943.4762295.796.1
Phoenix3646.4392595.195.8
Golden St.2161.2564097.7103.1
Head Coaches: Sac?Rick Adelman (4th season); LAL?Phil Jackson (3rd); Port?Maurice Cheeks (1st); Sea?Nate McMillan (2nd); LAC?Alvin Gentry (2nd); Pho?Scott Skiles (3rd, 25-26) resigned on Feb. 17, 2002 and was replaced by assistant Frank Johnson (11-20); G.St.?Dave Cowens (2nd, 8-15) was fired on Dec. 16, 2001 and replaced by assistant Brian Winters (13-46).
2000-01 Standings: 1. LA Lakers (56-26); 2. Sacramento (55-27); 3. Phoenix (51-31); 4. Portland (50-32); 5. Seattle (44-38); 6. LA Clippers (31-51); 7. Golden St. (17-65).

Final NBA StandingsEastern Conference

The Final NBA Standings for the 2001-2002 Season